From the comfort of your home, you will be able to listen to our captivating speakers, watch their slides on your device and interact with them through your questions and comments.
Technical Requirements: The lectures will be delivered to you using “Zoom” webinar technology. You will need a computer with audio speakers, reliable access to the internet, and an email address. A tablet or smart phone will also work, but smaller screen sizes will restrict the extent to which you are able to see the speaker and/or slides. Technical support will be provided.
Tickets for the entire 6-week series can be purchased through Centre in the Square from July 12th until October 23rd, 2021. Tickets to individual lectures will not be available. Because the lectures will be held virtually, we will be unable to sell tickets “at the door”.
Early bird ticket pricing of $30 (which includes HST) will be available until October 9th. After that, ticket prices go up to $40 for the series.
The following options to purchase tickets are available:
The online and phone options require a credit card. Cheques can be used in person at the box office.
You will be asked for an email address. Centre in the Square will email you instructions on how to attend the virtual lecture series a few days before the first lecture. No paper tickets will be issued.
Update on COVID-19 restrictions: Please note that as of August 9, 2021 the Centre in the Square box office has re-opened for phone and in person sales.
In the event of ticketing problems, please call the Centre in the Square box office or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
Have any questions? Contact the TAL-KW Registrar:
TAL-KW will keep confidential all personal information which may have been provided to it by its members or any other persons and will not disclose such information except to its auditors as requested and to its directors for the purpose of operating its programs.
A lecture will be cancelled ONLY if the speaker is unable to attend.
If it is known far enough in advance that a speaker cannot attend, a notice to that effect will appear on the main page of this website. Here’s what a cancellation message would look like:
Wednesday, June 4, 2022 – afternoon session is cancelled
The City of Waterloo provides up-to-date information about the status of facilities on the City website. In the event of an emergency closure, the information is also available on local radio stations including:
An email explaining a cancellation will be sent to anyone in our database who has given us their email address. If you haven’t given an email address, but wish to be notified of cancellations, use the Contact Us and you will be added to the notification list.
TAL-KW’s Cancellation Policy can be found in TAL-KW’s Policy Manual under “Program Committee Policies”. A link to the Policy Manual document is posted in the in the Governance section on the “About Us” page.